Nice will be host city for the 2020 Grand Départ. This historic sporting city and its surrounding towns and villages have often been visited by the riders of the Pro cycling tour. Both Paris-Nice and the Tour de France have often given the best riders in the world the opportunity to show off what they do best in this great city. The Grand Départ of the Tour de France 2020, will mark the second time that the capital of the French Riviera play host to the Grand Départ, with the last time being in 1981.
25 - 29 June
The 2020 Tour de France will go straight into 3 tough Alpine stages following the final rest day. These tough stages feature punishing and iconic climbs like the Col de Porte, Villard de Lans, Col de la Madeleine, Meribel Col de la Loze, Cormet de Roselend, Col des Saisies, Plateau des Glieres and more.
13 - 17 July
LE TOUR DE FRANCE : 25 June - 19 July 2020
The Tour de France is the most famous cycling event in the world and takes primacy for many pro cyclists in the UCI world tour. With many of our Tour de France trips, we offer the chance for you to ride on some of the roads used in the stage that day on some of the most famous climbs in cycling history. For cycling spectators, we will take you to strategic points on the stage, so that you can get the best view of the action!
After the Grand Depart in Nice, the stages in the Provence, Ardeche and Pyrenees, the Tour de France will head north. The first rest day will be in in and around La Rochelle in the Charente-Maritime region. We’ll see some great stages in the area with a Tour de France first, a stage between two islands!
6 - 9 July
On this tour we stay at one hotel in the centre of Lyon for 2 nights and we will be in the perfect place this weekend as we will see a stage finish and a stage start in Lyon. As this is a weekend, there will be limited opportunity for cycling so we recommend this trip for spectators.
12 - 14 July
Our Tour to ride and watch the Pyrenean mountains stages of the 2020 Tour de France is combined with the opportunity to ride the Col du Tourmalet and enjoy stage hospitality on the 2 stages. We have managed to get an excellent hotel in Bagneres de Bigorre at the foot of the Tourmalet and near to the stages so we are excellently located for access without having to move hotels.
2 - 6 July
The 2020 Tour de France will go straight into 3 tough Alpine stages after the final rest day. These stages feature tough stages and iconic climbs like the Col de Porte, Villard de Lans, Col de la Madeleine, Meribel Col de la Loze, Cormet de Roselend, Col des Saisies, Plateau des Glieres and more. On our tour you will stay in Chambery and Annecy in the Alps before heading to the Vosges mountains for the final, deciding individual time trial up the Planche des Belles Filles.
10 - 20 July
The 2020 Tour de France has its traditional finish on the iconic Champs Elysees on Sunday 19 July 2020. This is one of THE most special days of the sporting calendar. We offer a selection of hospitality and grandstand options to watch the finish of the Tour de France in Paris.
Every year the biggest cycling event in the world has its spectacular final on the Champs Elysees in the centre of Paris. Spend the final weekend of the 2020 Tour de France in Paris and watch the finish of the 107th Tour de France on the Champs Elysees. Our hotel is in the heart of Paris, only a few steps away from the Eiffel Tower.
18 - 20 July
Running from Saturday June 27th to Sunday July 19th, 2020, the 107th Tour de France will be made up of 21 stages and will cover a total distance of about 3,500 kilometres. The Tour will visit Nice for the Grand Depart and after Nice, the riders will visit the Provence and the Ardeche before entering the Pyrenees via Toulouse.